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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Feb. 7, 1903)
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the Social Wk
Tho PI Phi's have pledged MIbb Mc
Gcachln of Orleans.
Alfred Bockman and Allen .Field of
Lincoln aro pledged to Sigma Alph.
The annual hop of Company D will
bo given March 13 at Fraternity hall.
Tho hop la given under the manage
ment of Lieutenants Davidson and
Tho uon-com. ofllcors of tho bat
talion have arranged for a dance, to
bo.glvon early In tho spring. Russell
Harris Is chairman and Olenn Hupp
master of ceremonies.
Tho young ladles of Kappa Kappa
Oamma will give a card party this
evening for tho members of tho soror
ity and a few young ladles who are
visiting In the city. Misses McCon
nell and Merrill of Omaha are tho
guests of Misses Wilson and Stephens
at ho chapter house. Miss Christy Is
entertained by Miss Funko, and Miss
Blgsbeo of Council Bluffs by Miss But
ler. A taffy pull was given at the
house Wednesday night.
THE JUNIOR PROM.
The Annual Event Brilliantly Suc
cessful Last Night.
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One of tho most successful social
events of tho season was held last
night at the Lincoln Hotel under the
auspices of the Junior class of the
University. For years tho "Junior
Prom" has been a much looked for
ward to event In University circles,
and this year those In charge spared
no pains to make tho dance one long
to Uo remembered, and a notable event
In the history of tho class of '04."
Tho hotol was charmingly decorated
with pnlniB and the class and Univer
sity colors. In tho main court two
largo silk flags wero suspended from
the celling, and tho pillars wero draped
with scarlet and cream bunting. In
the ball-room the decorations were
chosen to rOproBent tho various fra
ternities and sororities, and In the
windows and on the walls of the hall
wero hung numerous fraternity pen
nants, tho variegated colors of which
united with the other decorations In
giving a most pleasing effect. In the
southwost corner of tho room Eddie
Walt's orchestra, twelve strong, was
screened by a bank of palms, and ren
dered tho kind of music tl)at has made
the presence of Mr. Walt so Indispensa
ble at University dances.
On two streamers hung across the
room fifty 'varsity pennants of various
shapes, sizes, and designs were sus
pended, and at the south end over the
buffet two mammoth silk flags com
pleted tho decorations.
At 9:150 Mr. Nor r Is Huso and Miss
Edna Holland, as master and mistress
ot ceremonies, Mr. Edgar Davis, chair
man, with Miss Woodford, Ixegan the
grand inarch, followed by eighty-five
couples. Twenty-five regular numbers
completed the program and engaged
the dancers until an early uour. The
chaperones were Dr. and Mrs. Pound
and Professor and Mrs. Barbour.
The Junior class Is to bo congratu
lated upon the success of the Prom.
To the members of the committee, and
to Mr. Davis In particular, Is due tho
appreciation felt by everyone present,
at the highly creditable manner In
which the plans were conceived and
carried out. Mr. Davis has been un
tiring In his efforts to make the dance
successful, and is deserving of large
praise for his effective management.
The University BooK Store
We haoe in stock all Books and Materialised
at the Unioersity. j. Also Instruments used in
Mechanical Drawing, Zoology, Botany and An
atomy: j- Tablets, Papeteries, Unioersity Pin
Hat Pins, Fobs and Spoons, jt Waterman Foun
tain Pens in large quantity, j The Unioersity
Pen, the best dollar pen made. j Get our special
prices on Gioil Engineering Books.
The Scarlet and Cream Store
WEEK IN LINCOLN.
Busy Student's Summary of City
Jan. 31. Legislature adjourned un
til February 9 at 11 a. m., in order to
give tho revonue committee tlmo In
which to draft a bill. A Municipal
League formed, with B. E. Bonnott as
president and I -on Rlcketts as secre
tary, to advocate "tho complete separa
tion of municipal business from stato
and national politics," "enlightened
methods of government," tho "prac
tical extension of civil service reform
to all municipal departments," fair
elections and "punishment for official
mlBeonduct." City Attorney E. C-
Strode explains that the city assess
ment of railroad property at Its fair
value would not affect assessments
made for county and stato purposes.
The Republican city committee
adopts the old primary rules (Lincoln
Feb. 1. Basemont story of the First
Methodist church at University Place
dedicated by Bishop McCabe.
Feb. 2. Superintendent C. H. Gor
don of the city schools hands In his
resignation to take effect on the close
of the school year, June 30. Mr. Gor
don Is quoted as saying: "I see noth
ing in the public school business for
the future. A man puts in the greater
part of his life at the business and at
the end he has nothing." The at
tempt to bring the lighting ordinance
to a vote falls.
Feb. 3. Business men meet at the
Commercial Club rooms and decide to
call a meeting of representative busi
ness men to decide upon whom the
business Interests of the city will sup
port ns candidate for mayor in the
coining primaries. All of the
members of the present excise board
Dr. Wlnnett, Dr. Finney and F. H.
Woods are In favor of retaining the
saloon license feo of $1,500.
Feb. -1. City loses Its tax case.
Judge Cornish's ruling 1b affirmed and
the amount of the city's claim against
the traction company Is cut from over
$100,000 to $48,000. The traction com
pany once offered to pay $05,000.
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The Republican Club discusses plans
for the coming banquet which will be
held at the Lindell on the night of
February 12. Tho Club votes to ex
tend an invitation to the McKInley
Club of Omaha. Business men at
a called meeting express themselves
In favor of Mayor Winnett as tho can
didate for renominatlon. Another
Lincoln Camp (No. 226C) favors the
candidacy of A. R. Talbot for head
consul of the Modern Woodmen of
America. Tho L. L. LIndsey Club
endorses G. A. Adams for mayor and
Thomas H. Hoskins for member of tho
Feb. 5. Wlnnett decides to run
again for mayor. Dr. Finney with
draws. The battle to bo fought be
tween Wlnnett and Adams. Dr. Fin
ney declines to stand for renominatlon
as member of the excise board.
Tho Freshmen class did not meet
yesterday at convocation hour, be
cause of the unusual interest In chap
el exercises. The meeting was post
poned one week, bringing It on Fri
day, Feb. 13th.
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